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Old 04-03-2010, 03:48 PM   #1
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Alright i got a go engine. I have a sleeve for both a 7 port and a 5 poty. What do you recommend to go with. The track im on is pretty open a few jumps and one really big jump out of the corner. What do you guys recommend to run and why? Thank you for the help!
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What are you going to run it in? If you're going to run it in a buggy and your track is wide open I would run it with the 7 port piston and sleeve. If your going to run it in a truggy the I would recomment to run it with the 5 port piston and sleeve. In my opinion, I feel the 5 port has a bit to much low end grunt for buggy.
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